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Poplar or Willow cuttings in/near Denver

 
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Hello there!

I've struck out with the local plant / tree shops when asking to purchase poplar or willow cuttings. Not sure why they don't want to do it, but they don't.


Anyone in the area have a lead?
 
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Anyone coming after, I struck out locally and had to punt to Amazon.

I bought these: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B075PD1YHW and had good luck with them. I planted some of the sprigs, and the rest appear to be happily pumping out willow water.
 
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